Long before Liz emerged as a new kind of rnb artist, the African American and Canadian songstress spent her early years with an exposure to influences that includes gospel, soul,jazz and rnb, developing a sense of identity that fuels her art to this day, creating a sound, experience, and tone unique to her.

An independent artist and native of Toronto,ON, Liz embarked on a musical journey that simultaneously builds on the legacies of African American soul and contemporary r&b-pop styles prevalent in her city, largely supported by the community around her. The singer/songwriter made her debut in 2023, with her considerably individualistic and deeply introspective single ‘Enough’, a soulful rnb pop ballad with early 2000s R&B nostalgia, which garnered support across DSPs including Spotify editorial curation (Fresh Finds, Fresh Finds R&B) and Apple Music playlists (Mood, Breaking R&B, New Music Daily, New in R&B). The release was also touted by CBC (Canada’s NPR) as one of the top 125 songs of 2022, and highlighted on CBC Radio programming ‘The Block’ for Canadian Black Music, amassing over 70K streams combined on all platforms.

Following the release, by which point she had already attracted the attention of the provincial foundations and communities, Liz secured support through national bank funded RBC Music Entrepreneurship Artist Management Program. In addition she went on to receive mentorship and support through Manifesto Toronto’s Music Business Management program, a pillar within Toronto’s music community, known for its support of urban acts. After a two year hiatus, countless hours honing her voice and finding the sound that truly resonates with her, Liz returns with support from Canadian music giant FACTOR, and the release of upcoming single ‘Temporary’, a sonic moment that projects, soul and authenticity beyond her music that is sure to catapult her to new heights.




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